The quot;periodicquot;
moments of our lives ...
                                         or
                              ...
The sine curve (graph) ...   HOMEWORK
HOMEWORK
HOMEWORK
HOMEWORK
HOMEWORK
http://www.poodwaddle.com/worldclock.swf
Let's look at the weather ...

 Winnipeg Weather Data as of May 15, 2007 for the last year

   Temperature
   Month J     ...
Hours of Sunshine
Month J       F MAM           J J A SON D
Mean 120     140 178 232 277 291 322 286 189 150 95 99
       ...
Properties and Transformations of the sine function ...

                       Let's look at some graphs ...
            ...
The Role of Parameter A
 The amplitude is the absolute value of A; |A|. It is the distance
 from the sinusoidal axis to a ...
The Role of Parameter D
D is the sinusoidal axis, average value of the function, or the
vertical shift.
D > 0 the graph sh...
The Role of Parameter B
B is not the period; it determines the period according to this relation:

                       ...
The Role of Parameter C

 C is called the phase shift, or horizontal shift, of the graph.
In general form, the equation and graph of the basic sine function is:

   ƒ(x) = AsinB(x - C) + D
                       ...
How many periods are illustrated in each graph? HOMEWORK
How many revolutions (in radians and degrees) are illustrated in ...
Determine approximate values for the parameters 'a', 'b', 'c', and 'd' from the
graphs, and then write the equations of ea...
Applied Math 40S May 23, 2008
Applied Math 40S May 23, 2008
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Applied Math 40S May 23, 2008

  1. 1. The quot;periodicquot; moments of our lives ... or Transformations of the sine function Sunshine Coast Panoramic by flickr user El Fotopakismo
  2. 2. The sine curve (graph) ... HOMEWORK
  3. 3. HOMEWORK
  4. 4. HOMEWORK
  5. 5. HOMEWORK
  6. 6. HOMEWORK
  7. 7. http://www.poodwaddle.com/worldclock.swf
  8. 8. Let's look at the weather ... Winnipeg Weather Data as of May 15, 2007 for the last year Temperature Month J F MAM J J A SO ND Mean -17 -14 -6 4 12 17 20 18 12 6 -4 -14 Source: Winnipeg weather statistics
  9. 9. Hours of Sunshine Month J F MAM J J A SON D Mean 120 140 178 232 277 291 322 286 189 150 95 99 Source: Winnipeg weather statistics swivel your data
  10. 10. Properties and Transformations of the sine function ... Let's look at some graphs ... http://fooplot.com
  11. 11. The Role of Parameter A The amplitude is the absolute value of A; |A|. It is the distance from the sinusoidal axis to a maximum (or minimum). If it is negative, the graph is reflected (flips) over the sinusoidal axis.
  12. 12. The Role of Parameter D D is the sinusoidal axis, average value of the function, or the vertical shift. D > 0 the graph shifts up D units. D < 0 the graph shifts down D units.
  13. 13. The Role of Parameter B B is not the period; it determines the period according to this relation: or
  14. 14. The Role of Parameter C C is called the phase shift, or horizontal shift, of the graph.
  15. 15. In general form, the equation and graph of the basic sine function is: ƒ(x) = AsinB(x - C) + D A=1, B=1, C=0, D=0 2π -2π -π π Note that your calculator displays: ƒ(x) = asin(bx - c) + d The quot;starting point.quot; Which is equivalent to: ƒ(x) = AsinB(x - c/b) + D In general form, the equation and graph of the basic cosine function is: ƒ(x) = AcosB(x - C) + D The quot;starting point.quot; -2π 2π Since these graphs are so similar (they differ only by a quot;phase -π π shiftquot; of π/2 units) we will limit A=1, B=1, C=0, D=0 our study to the sine function.
  16. 16. How many periods are illustrated in each graph? HOMEWORK How many revolutions (in radians and degrees) are illustrated in each graph? Periods = Radians Rotated = Degrees Rotated = Periods = Radians Rotated = Degrees Rotated = Periods = Radians Rotated = Degrees Rotated =
  17. 17. Determine approximate values for the parameters 'a', 'b', 'c', and 'd' from the graphs, and then write the equations of each graph as a sinusoidal function in the form: y = a sin b(x + c) + d HOMEWORK

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